In the aftermath of unfounded allegations of abuse, parents are often expected to pick up the pieces and resume a level of co-parenting which can seem impossible. They may distrust one another’s motives and abilities; fear for their children’s safety; and worry about future allegations. Through our years of experience with families in this transition, we have developed an intervention addressing the most crucial concerns of the formerly accused and accusing parents, while giving children the tools and permissions they need to navigate forward. Termed “Family Clarification Therapy,” this short-term intervention provides education and oversight that can be beneficial to families and the Family Court.